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Observers thought IBM CEO Virginia "Ginni" Rometty would be the first female member of Augusta National Golf Club. It had practically become tradition for the head of Big Blue to don a green jacket. But when the home of the Masters admitted...Show More Summary
Make it a threesome. Augusta National Golf Club has admitted another female member. Golf Digest's Sam Weinman reported: IBM CEO Virginia (Ginni) Rometty has joined Condoleezza Rice and Darla Moore as the third female member of the longtime home of the Masters, multiple sources have confirmed. Show More Summary
Thanks to the folks at Augusta National and ESPN, Royal Melbourne
Zap2it: As an accomplished golfer, are there any courses you'd like to try that you haven't yet?John Buccigross: Top 5 would be Augusta (National in Georgia), Cypress Point (in Florida), St. Andrews (in Scotland), Chicago Golf Club and Royal County Down in Northern Ireland. Show More Summary
One can only imagine the Augusta National grill room chatter as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
He doesn't like to brag, though. Everyone knows South Carolina Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier is the model of humility. Just how humble is he, though? WAYYYYLLLLLL... 1 of 2 @ESPNMag says Steve Spurrier aced Augusta National's No. 7 during 2008 Masters week. Show More Summary
It's not often an Augusta National member chats to the press,
Every major championship is unique. No matter the venue or the tournament, all major championships are played in tough conditions on tight golf courses with high rough and quick greens. Even the Masters, played at Augusta National each...Show More Summary
There are certain golf shots hit at major championships that don't need explaining. Sarazen at the 1935 Masters. Jack Nicklaus' 1-iron at Pebble Beach in '72. Tiger's chip on the 16th at Augusta National in 2005. Mo Martin's second shot on the 18th at Royal Birkdale should make that list. Show More Summary
Samuel Henry Ball, known since childhood as Errie, was the last survivor of the 72 players from the first Augusta National Invitational Tournament in 1934.
Bubba Watson won the Masters by overpowering Augusta National with his length. But while some feel there are similarities with Augusta National because of the lack of rough at Pinehurst, Watson is going in with an entirely different - and possibly controversial - strategy.
He's won at Riviera and Augusta National already this year,
Despite its arrogant attempts to be, the National Organization For Marriage is not, in fact, above proper compliance and protocol. NOM and its leaders learned this yet again today: AUGUSTA –– The state ethics board voted unanimously Wednesday to impose...
Rickie Fowler is one of the most recognizable faces on the PGA Tour, a 25-year-old with one career PGA Tour wins and a nice T-5 earlier this year at the Masters, his best finish ever at Augusta National. Fowler took some time to chat...Show More Summary
In recent years the Masters has been won an overwhelming amount by left handed golfers, I take a look at why the lefties are dominating.
Billy Payne wore a smile as wide as the Augusta National fairways as he watched eight kids file out of the room with their trophies from the inaugural Drive, Chip and Putt Championship on the Sunday before the Masters.
No nation rose so white and fair. None fell so pure of crime. — Confederate Monument inscription Augusta, Georgia, circa 1903. "Albion Hotel and Confederate Monument." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
It does't have the profile of the Masters or Augusta National Golf Club, but The Players at TPC Sawgrass is the second biggest non-rotating golf event of the year. That annual re-orientation to one of the year's most memorable layouts has made many fans familiar with Pete Dye's design, and many holes are immediately identifiable. Show More Summary